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Want to WIN a pair tickets to a Leftover Salmon Fall Tour Show of your choice AND a Limited Edition Poster? Simply SHARE, post & COMMENT to the linked post [CLICK} where it is that you want to see Leftover Salmon play. Be sure your Share is PUBLIC so that they can see it.

To celebrate the NEW Music from Leftover Salmon that has been released exclusively inside of Breckenridge Brewing 12-Pack Sampler Packs,  they’ll be coming to a bar near you – w/ special appearances from the band, limited edition posters for giveaway, free beers, and more!

This Thursday, Breck Beer and LoS are kicking off the Fall Tour in Philly at Prohibition Taproom from 6PM-8PM before the show at Union Transfer! Be sure to stop by and have a beer with the band before they take the stage!

Keep a lookout for them in city near you on tour!
Sep-11 Morgantown, WV – Metropolitan Theatre
Sep-12 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer*
Sep-13 Providence, RI – Fete*
Sep-14 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club*
Sep-17 Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
Sep-18 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
Sep-19 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl
Sep-20 Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre#
Sep-21 North Adams, MA – Freshgrass Bluegrass Festival@
Oct-03 Aracta, CA – Arcata Theatre
Oct-04 Sierra Nevada’s Oktoberfest – Chico, CA
Oct-05 Sierra Nevada’s Oktoberfest – Chico, CA
Oct-06 The Independent – San Francisco, CA
Oct-29 Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic Lounge
Oct-30 Nashville, TN – Music City Roots
Oct-31 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
Nov-01 Charlotte, NC – Visulite Theatre
Nov-03 Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Nov-05 Charleston, SC – The Pour House
Nov-06 Charleston, SC – The Pour House
Nov-07 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
Nov-08 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
Nov-09 Richmond, VA – The National
Nov-10 Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
Nov-12 Ann Arbor, MI – The Ark
Nov-13 Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
Nov-14 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
Nov-15 Chicago, IL – The Vic Theatre
Nov-16 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
Nov-17 Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
Nov-29 Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO
Nov-30 Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO

@(not included in special offer)
* with Assembly Of Dust
# with Assembly of Dust and The Infamous Stringdusters

LoS/ Breck Brew Rock Art by Jeff Wood of Zen Mystic Studio & Drowning Creek Studio, Gary Houston of Voodoo Catbox, NateDuval.com- Hand-Printed Art & Illustration, &Tyler Stout (Tyler Stout Fans) – Music & Art Releases coming soon for Nate Duval and Tyler Stout!

For more information on the collaboration between Leftover Salmon and Breckenridge Brewery, visit BreckBrew.com/LeftoverSalmon.

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Donna The Buffalo is honored to Perform at this year’s
Americana Music Festival at Musicians Corner Centennial Park  
Saturday, September 21st at 3:15pm

More energized and focused than ever before in their near 25-year career, roots-music troubadours Donna the Buffalo debuted their first studio album (and 10th album) in five years, Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday, on June 18th via Sugar Hill Records. The album proves the band as a consistent steward of Americana music, their signature sound—traditional mountain music infused with elements of Cajun, rock, folk, reggae and country—an eclectic and extraordinary melting pot of such. It debuted at #5 on the Americana Music Charts and has remained within the top ten ever since.

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MCRThumbHear Donna the Buffalo LIVE on Music City Roots on Wed, Sept 11th, 7pm CST
“Donna The Buffalo is from central New York state, not Louisiana, but this widely loved quintet has woven that joyful, hip-shaking zydeco pulse into the DNA of its sound, and leaders Jeb Puryear and Tara Nevins have wrapped that core vibe with hopeful, mellow lyrics.” — Music City Roots, Craig Havighurst
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hdrJamBase recently hosted Donna the Buffalo in their San Francisco offices.  See their exclusive videos of “Don’t Know What We’ve Got,” “One Day At A Time” and “All Aboard” → http://bit.ly/1dZO5Lf
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Kind Words About Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday:

 

“This set…highlights everything this consistent band does, and it has a warm, live-sounding production… The end result is one of Donna the Buffalo’s best outings…This is what 21st century Americana sounds like, a little bit of this and that from anywhere wrapped up into a poignant, jamming dance reel, a place where the past and history meet easily in the immediate now and everybody feels like dancing.” —All Music“Multi-instrumentalist Tara Nevins and Jeb Puryear, both ace guitarists, split vocals and writing for this band that’s country, old-timey, rock and roll, and well, just all around great. Best tune? Pick any one. Here’s a disc well worth your entertainment dollar.” —Vintage Guitar

“…This new effort revels in the kind of rousing enthusiasm that’s made the Donnas such festival favorites in recent years. The uninitiated ought to take note –Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday is as its title implies, the kind of album destined to make an everlasting impression.” —The Bluegrass Situation

“Herd of ’em?  One of our favorite bands, with what might be one of our favorite albums of theirs” —WNCW, Martin Anderson

“Toe-tapping country music” —Washington Post

“We’ve all had this experience. You’re in a park or at a music festival, with song in the air.  You look around and there’s some giant of  a man dancing with a tiny child.  All their cares in the world being twirled away into the sunshine.  You just grin, whether at the silliness of the adult or the carefree nature of the child.  That’s the kind of emotion the latest album from Donna the Buffalo, Tonight, Tomorrow, and Yesterday, elicits.” —Twangville, Shawn Underwood

“Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday” goes beyond being a good album, it captures all that makes Donna The Buffalo one of the most fun and electrifying bands on the concert circuit today.”–Wildman Steve Radio

“They’ve got some real chops in just about every department.” —The Nashville Scene, Jon Weisberger

“Next time Donna the Buffalo throws a house party, I definitely want to go. After decades on the festival scene, this energetic band has acquired a super-dedicated fan base known as the Herd — and at some point…I would love to see them all bopping along with [I Love My Tribe’s] irresistible chorus.” —CMT Edge, Craig Sheburne
WATCH Official Music Video for “I Love My Tribe” on CMT Edgehttp://bit.ly/12r9phN

More information and tour dates can be found at www.donnathebuffalo.com

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Sturgill Simpson Tours the Southeast
New Album: High Top Mountain

9916Sturgill’s hitting some GREAT towns in the SouthEast…
Wed 9/4 – Asheville, NC – The Altamont Theatre
Thu 9/5 – Chattanooga, TN – Scenic City Roots
Fri 9/6 – Louisville, KY – The New Vintagee
Sat 9/7 – Knoxville, TN – Barley’s Knoxville
Sun 9/8 – Atlanta (Decatur), GA – Eddie’s Attic
Mon 9/9 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre
Wed 9/11 – Charlotte, NC – The Evening Muse
Thu 9/12 – Raleigh, NC – The Pour House Music Hall
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sturgill-simpson-high-top-mountainNashville sounds like Nashville again on High Top Mountain, the debut release from singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson. From furious honky-tonk and pre-outlaw country-rocking to spellbinding bluegrass pickin’ and emotional balladry, the album serves as a one-stop guide to everything that made real country music such a force to be reckoned with. Pure and uncompromising, devoid of gloss and fakery, High Top Mountain’s dozen instant classics evoke the sound of timeless country in its many guises and brings back the lyrical forthrightness and depth that permeated the music Simpson absorbed during his Kentucky childhood.

“…this is GOOD COUNTRY. You know, the kind cut from the same mold as Waylon, Willie, and Johnny. ..outlaw, gritty, country-rock with a shot of bourbon (no ice.) …We’re glad he gave up the railroad and got back to writin’ songs. There is something here for sure. Something I think any music lover (country or not) can appreciate.” —MOKB Presents

“’The most outlaw thing that I ever done is give a good woman a ring,’ sings Simpson on ‘Life Ain’t Fair And The World Is Mean,’ off his new album, High Top Mountain, which mostly works to subvert the outlaw myth. Not that Simpson disdains outlaw’s forefathers, but High Top Mountain tells his own story. He started recording it in mid 2012, laying down tracks at Hillbilly Central and other studios in Nashville with players like ‘Pig’ Robbins on piano and Robby Turner on pedal steel. Simpson says the record is an effort to ‘capture the music my grandfathers played.’ The album is named after a cemetery where many of Simpson’s family members are buried, near his family’s home in the Appalachia coal town of Jackson, Kentucky. The town is on the Kentucky River in Breathitt County, about 50 miles south of Sandy Hook, where Keith Whitley was born, and also not far from Cordell, where Ricky Skaggs was born. ‘I love it. In my heart it will always be home,’ says Simpson” —Davis Inman, American Songwriter

For more about Sturgill Simpson and further tour dates, please visit: http://sturgillsimpson.com.

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